December 14, 2011

Prospects Update: Marshall, Dillard & Hunsicker

While holding onto offers from Army, Air Force, Georgia State and Navy, Powder Springs (Ga.) athlete Jordan Marshall has named his top two, at least as it stand today.
Marshall indicated that he is looking forward to making his trip to visit his lead schools soon after the Holidays have past.

"They are set in stone, but I know I'm going to Army and Navy in January," shares Marshall, who shared that he was glued to the television on Saturday as he watched Army and Navy go head to head.

"It was an exciting game to watch .... having the President there made it even more special," says the 5-foot-8, 170 pound speedster, who offer some simple insight on why he narrowed his visit to just two schools at the moment. "Army and Navy are my top two, so I haven't set up any with Air Force or Georgia State."

Marshall's recruiting is being handled by Army's defensive tackle coach, Clarence Holmes.

Cornerback Ryan Dillard currently has an interesting mixture of offers on the table, where he has offers from two service academies, one Ivy league and one from the Big Ten.

Those offers coming from Army, Air Force, Harvard and Illinois. However, the 5-foot-10 cornerback from Buford (Ga.) Buford High School says that he has narrowed his down to two.

"I haven't heard from Army in a minute, but I know that I am still in the hunt and Illinois is not recruiting me as heavily now, but I am still in the hunt with them," he declares. "The main two that I am looking at right now are Harvard and Air Force. I've already taken my official out to Harvard the last weekend in October and I'm taking my official to Air Force in January."

Like Dillard and Marshall, defensive back prospect Vince Hunsicker is currently holding four offers.

"Right now I am still sitting with offers from Cincinnati, Army, Air Force, Holy Cross and Davidson," shares the 6-foot-3, 185 pound recruit who reins from Lafayette (Ind.) Mccutcheon High School.

Hunsicker has shown interest in the Black Knights from the beginning and is schedule to make his way East to visit the West Point campus.

"I have set up one official visit and that's with Army for the weekend of January 27th and I'm in the process of planning the one for Air Force," he shared with "I'm really looking forward to my visit to Army."

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